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Ah okay didn’t know that. I’ve got my eye on one, supposed to be having a big cyber Monday sale so I’m waiting to see what that entails before I proceed.
pew science just released the t2 data.

 

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I must reiterate these proprietary suppressor attachment devices can be problematic over the life of the owner. When YHM advances the product to, as the marketing department will say, "to the next level", obsolescence begins. We've seen AAC go from 13teeth, to 51T, to 90T, none backwards compatible, then go out of business, Sig-Sauer went from "taper-lock" to the current "clutch-lock" and of course it's not backwards compatible.

Your firearm collection will grow exponentially and you'll want an attachment device for everything. You can bet that in 2032 looking for a YHM attachment device or a direct thread adapter, etc., for a 2022 suppressor is going to be a mildly expensive hassle. My middle name is "no-hassle".

Direct thread is zero hassle for perpetuity.

If you're a seasoned citizen this may not be a problem in your lifetime, however, if you're a younger fellar, it will.

I've still got issues with Sony and Betamax, and don't get me started on my lifetime guarantee BassPro Redhead socks. :LOL:

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I must reiterate these proprietary suppressor attachment devices can be problematic over the life of the owner. When YHM advances the product to, as the marketing department will say, "to the next level", obsolescence begins. We've seen AAC go from 13teeth, to 51T, to 90T, none backwards compatible, then go out of business, Sig-Sauer went from "taper-lock" to the current "clutch-lock" and of course it's not backwards compatible.

Your firearm collection will grow exponentially and you'll want an attachment device for everything. You can bet that in 2032 looking for a YHM attachment device or a direct thread adapter, etc., for a 2022 suppressor is going to be a mildly expensive hassle. My middle name is "no-hassle".

Direct thread is zero hassle for perpetuity.

If you're a seasoned citizen this may not be a problem in your lifetime, however, if you're a younger fellar, it will.

I've still got issues with Sony and Betamax, and don't get me started on my lifetime guarantee BassPro Redhead socks. :LOL:

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i believe the Current YHMs have an additional more universal attachment thread built in. And direct thread adapters are easily available now to turn your QD can Into a traditional DT.
 

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Still reading and looking. And still leaning towards the YHM R9as I want something for the Dagger and I am thinking of buying a Ruger PC9. For a 223 one I like the YHM Turbo T2, and 22lr my choice is leaning towards the Griffin Optimus Micro.
 
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